We are very proud of this wonderful intergenerational community project, LEST WE FORGET Ensuring the stories of our diggers live on…
Thank you to St. Joseph’s College, Hunters Hill for agreeing to be apart of this very special project. Also thank you to Betty and the Wilson family. Betty Wilson chatted two Year 7 students about her husband John and his missions in the war.
This project was supported and funded by DVA – Department of Veterans Affair. Please enjoy as Betty share’s with you her story.
We have some tips to keep you motivated during these colder months. Staying active especially during the cooler the months is good for the mind, body and spirit.
Here is one of our resident’s favourites, straight from the Twilight Kitchen, prepared using the freshest of ingredients. Treat your family this Winter with a bowl of Twilight’s Pea & Ham Soup.
Margaret has many years experience as a nurse, with extensive experience in General Nursing and Mental Health. Margaret has also held the position of Auditor within the Aged Care sector in the late nineties and moved into aged care management in 2002.
We hope new friendships and interactions will come out of this and future shared activities.
The Twilight Kitchen has a couple of favourites for you to try your hand at over the long weekend.
The staff at Twilight Aged Care know only too well how common this disease is as they deal with it every day within their jobs, so they wished to actively support the work of Dementia Australia.
Horton House has had some lovely visits from the schools in our local areas, providing entertainment for the ladies as well as having students volunteering and helping out with activities. The students from Ravenswood Girls have been visiting our residents at Horton House in Gordon on a regular basis after school much to the delight of the residents, with some lovely friendships forming between residents and students.